The Collected Erotica: An Illustrated Celebration of Human Sexuality Through the Ages

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Carroll & Graf Publishers, Dec 28, 2006 - Fiction - 400 pages
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This fabulous anthology presents over 400 images -- paintings, drawings, photographs, and sculpture -- selected from private collections, libraries and galleries from around the world. The texts are contributed from a dazzling array of writers that include Boccaccio, Casanova, John Cleland, Jean Cocteau, Frank Harris, Erica Jong, Violette Leduc, Henry Miller, Mirabeau, Anais Nin, Pauline Reage, and Oscar Wilde.
"The Collected Erotica" is not for the faint-hearted, but there is something here for everyone else. After all, sex is far too important to be taken too seriously.

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User Review  - CliffordDorset - LibraryThing

This is without doubt the finest book on the subject of erotica that I have ever seen. Hill and Wallace, the authors, whose names are only (shyly) given on the inside rear cover, deserve huge praise ... Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Charlotte Hill and William Wallace, the compilers of this anthology, are London-based freelance writers and editors keen to promote the cause of good, life-enhancing erotica. Their desire is that this collection should be enjoyed as widely as possible, and as much by women as by men. Their selections have been made with care to ensure that no-one should be offended. After all, they say, sex is far too important to be taken seriously.

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